2019 LDWF Alligator Regulations - Page 8

vi. converts raw alligator skins through the tanning process into
finished or partially finished leather and/or converts raw (green or dried) fur
pelts into dressed furs ready for manufacturing.
Hatchlinga young of the year alligator which is less than 23 inches in
Hidesee Pelt.
Hookany curved or bent device attached to a line or pole for the
purpose of taking alligators.
Huntin different tenses, attempting to take.
Incubatoran apparatus designed and used for the primary purpose of
incubating alligator eggs.
Land Managerany authorized person who represents the landowner.
Landownerany person who owns land which the Department has
designated as alligator habitat.
Licenseeany resident or nonresident lawful holder of an effective
license duly issued under the authority of the Department.
Nongame Quadrupedalligators, beavers, bobcats, coyotes, gray
foxes, minks, muskrats, nutrias, opossums, otters, raccoons, red foxes, skunks,
and other wild quadrupeds valuable for their furs or skins.
Nongame Quadruped Breedera person properly licensed to engage in
the business of raising, exhibiting and selling nongame quadrupeds on
alligator or fur farms.
Nongame Quadruped Exhibitora person properly licensed to engage
in the business of raising and/or exhibiting nongame quadrupeds.
Nonresidentany person who is not a bona fide resident as that term is
defined by R.S. 56:8.
Nuisance Alligatora specific (particular) alligator that poses a threat
to human life or property.


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